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New phase of homes coming soon at Taylor Wimpey's Arena Place

New phase of homes coming soon at Taylor Wimpey's Arena Place

Leading housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has responded to huge demand for its new homes at Arena Place in Colchester by announcing the release of a fresh collection of stunning properties.

Redrow boosts buoyant Basildon housing market

Redrow boosts buoyant Basildon housing market

High demand for homes is pushing up prices in Basildon and with the launch of a second Redrow development in the town, homebuyers will have more to choose from.

High demand for Great Dunmow homes

High demand for Great Dunmow homes

A clear indicator of the housing shortage and the need for new homes is the volume of enquiries Redrow has received about its forthcoming development in Great Dunmow.

New homes for bargain-hunters to shop and drop

New homes for bargain-hunters to shop and drop

With January sales now in full-swing, retailers across the UK are expecting another extremely successful post-Christmas sales period.

Choose Channels in Chelmsford for a happy home

Choose Channels in Chelmsford for a happy home

Recently revealed in the top ten happiest places to live in East Anglia, Chelmsford in Essex has certainly become a commuters dream.

The only way is Brentwood - The new property hotspot

The only way is Brentwood - The new property hotspot

Newly revealed as Britain’s property hotspot, Brentwood offers a prime opportunity for house hunters to take advantage of fast commutes and lower property prices than the capital.

Dunton Fields: Moving out of London

Dunton Fields: Moving out of London

Hamptons International have released research showing that during the last 12 months an increasing number of Londoners are buying homes outside of the capital, in order to get more for bang for their buck.

Hard hats at the ready for Basildon buyers

Hard hats at the ready for Basildon buyers

As new homes take shape in Basildon, buyers are being given an exclusive opportunity to view properties under construction at Redrow’s popular St Nicholas Mews development.

Wait is nearly over for Nethermayne home buyers

Wait is nearly over for Nethermayne home buyers

More than 1,300 potential purchasers have registered for new homes coming to Nethermayne in Basildon in the New Year.

Step on the property ladder with help to buy at Kings Park

Step on the property ladder with help to buy at Kings Park

The majority of people across the nation still aspire to owning their own home, new research has found.

Countryside’s Mandeville Place - Modern living with a rural vibe

Countryside’s Mandeville Place - Modern living with a rural vibe

A semi-rural lifestyle is overtaking the desire for city living according to recent research by Strutt & Parker which found that a growing number of purchasers are looking to move out of the city, with 21 per cent naming a village and 14 per cent a market town as their preferred location.

‘Help to buyers’ will find their home at Mandeville Place

‘Help to buyers’ will find their home at Mandeville Place

Since its launch in 2013, over 150,000 people have achieved their aspiration of home ownership thanks to the Government’s flagship new build home ownership scheme, Help to Buy.

Buyers are on track to a shorter commute at Kings Park

Buyers are on track to a shorter commute at Kings Park

With journey times into London soon to be slashed, it is little wonder that property prices along the new Elizabeth Line are soaring.

The grass is greener at Beaulieu’s newest phase of homes

The grass is greener at Beaulieu’s newest phase of homes

Those that regularly participate in physical activity in good quality communal green spaces are likely to experience improvements to their health, as well as a greater sense of community and reduced social isolation according to Public Health England.

City and seaside are both appealing for residents of St Luke’s Park

City and seaside are both appealing for residents of St Luke’s Park

Living nearer to green spaces, such as parks, or by the coast can boost your physical health and make you happier, according to Exeter University researchers.